United States Trip

To: "'brendan cook'" <>, <>
Subject: United States Trip
From: "David A. Theriaque" <>
Date: Sun, 24 Mar 2013 14:16:40 -0400


I live in Florida and have birded extensively throughout the United States
and would be more than willing to recommend key birding spots for your trip.
By follow-up e-mail, I will list my recommendations for Bird Books to use in
the field.


In exchange, I would like to pick your brain for key spots in eastern
Australia -- my wife and I are taking a belated honeymoon from September 30,
2013, through October 30, 2013.  We fly into Sydney.


Trying to hit the key spots with enough time to enjoy them is a difficult
task.  We're looking at Cairns, Daintree, Michaelmas Cay, and Tablelands in
Queensland; a few days in Sydney -- possibly a pelagic trip, the Mountains;
possibly Melbourne; and definitely Tasmania for a few days.  We're
definitely open to suggestions:)







-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of brendan cook
Sent: Saturday, March 23, 2013 11:22 PM
Subject: North American Field Guide



 I am travelling on a whirl wind tour of North American in August, across
the south of the continent from LA to Miami before heading to Alaska. 

   I am hoping people have some advice on what bird guide best covers
America in it entirety. I have seen online that most series now have a
accompanying electronic guide.

   I have read that the national geographic series and the Sibley series are
quite good.

   Any advice will be greatly appreciated!!!

   Also information on bird sites are also welcome.


   Brendan Cook 


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